The foolishness of the message…

For God’s foolishness is wiser than human wisdom, and God’s weakness is stronger than human strength. 1 Corinthians 1 : 25

IN MY WEAKNESS… lyrics by John Tandy

In my weakness, Lord, be my strength,
and your grace enough for me.

May your power be at its best

when the thorn is piercing me.

Pride made angels fall,
unseated Saul,
is dipped in gall,
accuses all.
Pride just builds up walls,
is deaf to calls,
won’t play ball,
won’t cross the hall.

In my weakness, Lord, be my strength,
and your grace enough for me.

May your power be at its best

when the thorn is piercing me.

Pride is love declined,
a heart unkind,
is less inclined,
leaves friends behind.
Pride is a poisoned mind,
a path that winds,
a chain that binds,
is blind to signs.

In my weakness, Lord, be my strength,
and your grace enough for me.

May your power be at its best

when the thorn is piercing me.

Dear children! I invite you to reflect about your future. You are creating a new world without God, only with your own strength and that is why you are unsatisfied and without joy in the heart. This time is my time and that is why, little children, I invite you again to pray. When you find unity with God, you will feel hunger for the word of God and your heart, little children, will overflow with joy. You will witness God’s love wherever you are. I bless you and I repeat to you that I am with you to help you. Thank you for having responded to my call. Medjugorje message, January 25, 1997

Dear children! At this time of grace, I call you to prayer. Little children, you work much but without God’s blessing. Bless and seek the wisdom of the Holy Spirit to lead you at this time so that you may comprehend and live in the grace of this time. Convert, little children, and kneel in the silence of your hearts. Put God in the center of your being so that, in that way, you can witness in joy the beauty that God continually gives in your life. Thank you for having responded to my call. Medjugorje message, May 25, 2001

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